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Nokia introduces new version of messaging

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VoicenData Bureau
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Nokia has launched a newer version of Nokia Messaging with free push email service on all compatible Nokia Symbian devices, for consumers in India. The service will be available through all leading operators in the country and consumers will only have to pay the basic data download charges. Nokia will also offer free Instant Messaging (IM) services, preloaded on select devices. The company also unveiled the Nokia C3, Nokia C6 and Nokia E5, its new range of QWERTY devices to make email, chat and QWERTY devices available at affordable prices to more consumers in the country.

Anssi Vanjoki, EVP—Markets, said, “Nokia's email proposition offers different kinds of email options depending on the need of the user. The service is already in use by over three million people in more than 100 countries. The reason Nokia enjoys success in delivering services to almost every corner of the world is down to our ability to create tailored solutions to best fit the characteristics each market. India is among the top 5 countries for the service and we are confident that with our decision to offer it for free, we will see a significant surge in adoption of email and messaging services in the country.”

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